Travelling on the main road to Fort William our eye was caught by the sign "Good Food Pub" who am i to argue with such a bold statement. Pulling in, parking in the car park we made our way to the bar which is well hidden at the back of the building. My father went to the toilet and was discusted with the state of toilets - possibly not cleaned for 2 - 3 weeks - hygene apauling. We went in (but should have known better) and saw an empty bar with a cage wrapped round it. Seriously out dated and budget. Trying to remain positive whilst in the area i thought i would try the Haggis. But it was only given on the menu as a starter for £4.95. I asked would they be prepared to turn it to a main. No problem the incompentant barman said and said that he would charge twice the price of the starter! I thought that for £10 or £9.90 would get me the best, possibly the biggest portion of the local dish since the ingrediants arnt the most expensive. We waited for the best part of 30 minutes to recieve the biggest dissapointment of our scottish trip a pathetic haggis dish literally the size of a compact disk. Thinking that perhaps when he said he would charge for two starters we would recieve two. i ate the first and waited paitently for my other portion, the first barely touching the sides. But no - the plates were cleared and the bar man laughed at me. Extremely dissapointed i asked to speak with the chef who turned out to be the owner as well. "If you have got a problem i suggest you leave" I explained that all i wanted was a meal that reflected the price. He said it was cooked well and tastey! Not really! Its not the most complex of meals. We were then asked to leave, no discount or extra portion - the owner was prepared to shout at us in front of other visitors who also complained at the food.
If you a foolish enough to still visit this disgusting place - i would recommend not using the toilets, eating the food or drinking the beer. In fact just sit outside and enjoy the lovely scenery that this pub has disgracefully ruined.
If this is the public facing image that the pub are showing then imagine what the bunk houses and rooms are like - i dread to think.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Sitting on the shores of Loch Linnhe, beside the Corran ferry, the Corran Bunkhouse is perfectly placed between Glen Coe and Fort William for long walks, mountain climbs, cycling, kayaking, fishing and skiing. We are on the doorstep of Glen Coe, the Mamores, the Nevis Range and the vast wilderness of Ardnamurchan. We have twelve private, en-suite rooms, which are either twin, double, triple, quadruple or quintuple. We have two superior shared kitchen/ dining rooms, a steam room, secure bicycle storage and two drying rooms with laundry facilities. Please go to our web site for booking information and further details. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Corran Bunkhouse Fort William, Scotland